What is it?
Lunch-time professional development workshops for graduate students on teaching topics.
When are they?
These workshops are held monthly at the CTL in Gerberding Hall, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
- February 1 ”The Discourse of Teaching: How to Get your Students Thinking and Talking Productively” see flyer
- March 1 ”Engaging Knowledge Diversity: Strategies for Effectively Teaching All Students” see flyer
- April 5 ”But you’re just the TA!: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Student Interactions.” see flyer
- May 3 ”How to Find Opportunities to Teach and Practice Teaching” First Fridays Workshop see flyer
- June 7 “End of the Year Celebration” see flyer
- July 5 “Establishing Accountable in the Classroom Culture” Workshop facilitated by Nina Kim, a recent PhD in Women Studies from the UW Seattle.
- August 2 ”Designing Your Own Course” Workshop facilitated by Veronica Barrera, GWSS
What’s in it for you?
- Brief, practical discussions of teaching issues
- A convenient way to learn about campus resources to support your teaching and professional development
- An opportunity to build your campus network
- The opportunity to lead discussions of interest to you
- Coffee, tea, and snacks!